019: Trusting In Yourself with Alie Slabenko

In this episode, I interview, Alie Slabenko


Alie Slabenko is originally from Russia, and moved to Canada 5 years ago. Having a tax crime degree, she rediscovered herself in Canada as a writer and journalist and now works to defend human rights.

My Takeaways:

In this episode, Alie, and I discussed her move to Canada from Russia and how she experienced fear and anxiety because she was different; her accent and her looks made her feel insecure. As you discover during the show, she turns this not only into a positive, however, she learns to leverage this into a strength. In addition, Alie discusses how being hard on yourself holds you back from being the real you and why she feels that everything that you do, you do out of love and that you treat people with love.

In this podcast, Alie mentions a books that have been very helpful to him on this journey:

The Defining Decade by Meg Jay

Those are my key takeaways. What are yours? Join us on Facebook or Twitter, share your thoughts and ideas. Thanks for listening and get out there and discover the best version of you!

Find Alie over on:

Twitter | Website

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Lastly, I want to say THANK YOU to Alie for sharing her story with us!